Rick Hyde Feat. Heem – Hustler’s Prayer

Black Soprano Family

Dark Soprano Family holds it down with “Trickster’s Prayer,” as conveyed by Rick Hyde and Heem.

New off a scene-taking section on Benny The Butcher’s The Plugs I Met 2, BSF lyricist Rick Hyde has come through to convey a hard-hitting new single called “Trickster’s Prayer.” Produced by The SoulMonsters, the track promptly summons a nostalgic and tarnished tone – suggestive of a portion of the early work of Mobb Deep, who frequently scored their tracks with a hazier style of blast bap.

Off the tear, Hyde sets up gravitas through unfazed portrayals of road life. “Mix it in the water like it’s Nesquick,” he spits. “The last 50 was my best flip, then, at that point I made an exit/I was adequately intense to sell that poop and man enough to simply stop/the feds began clearing like its pieces all in the kitchen.” Fellow BSF associate Heem keeps similar energy all through his own refrain: “we saw dead bodies, simply one more day on Warren/simply kill em’ fuck a warnin’/the undercovers swarmin’.”

Devotees of the BSF development would be astute to look at “Trickster’s Prayer” presently, rejuvenated by two impressive emcees in Rick Hyde and Heem. Do you think these two are following up?

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